peptones


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peptones

Various protein derivatives obtained by acid or enzyme HYDROLYSIS of protein and used as nutrients or culture media.
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The study will generate data that supports the case for MarineBioproduct's peptone to be a viable microbiological media component.
CPI has so far successfully demonstrated that this peptone serves well as a growth medium for a variety of industrial biotech organisms, and is particularly good for yeasts.
The TSB 3P range with Animal or Vegetable Peptones meets the highest performance standards and complies with the requirements of American, Japanese and European Pharmacopoeias for the growth of non-fastidious microorganisms (bacteria, yeasts, fungi and certain anaerobic bacteria).
Plant-derived hydrolysates, also known as plant-derived peptones, are a critical supplement used in the production of biologic drugs and are typically derived from soy, wheat, peas, or potatoes.
ATLANTA -- Serologicals Corporation (NASDAQ: SERO) announced today that Celliance, its wholly-owned subsidiary, is offering a new line of peptones under the brand name of LucraTone(TM).